Conflict Abkhazia and South Ossetia / Georgia – Update on 19/05/23

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After the confirmation of the direct filghts resumption between Moscow and Tblisi from mid-may, “the russian airline Azimuth received the authorization to operate” these flights from 17 may according to the head of the Georgia Civil Aviation Agency, Givi Davitashvili. As a result, on the 16th may, Azimuth Airlines removed Abkhazia and South Ossetia from the “list of countries listed on the website”. The reactions were quick and strong from the russian parliament, the State Duma, and one of its deputy, Zurab Makiev, who has claimed on 

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